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Round Pond Natural Area

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Round Pond Natural Area
South Hero, Vermont 05486
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Round Pond Natural Area
Coordinates: 44.6271757, -73.2792163
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The TrailFinder website has a description and map of a hike at Round Pond Natural Area.

About Round Pond Natural Area
Located in beautiful South Hero, Round Pond Natural Area features easy, kid-friendly trails, a tranquil pond, and a shale beach on Lake Champlain that is perfect for skipping stones. Open to the public year-round for hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and bird-watching, this off-the-beaten-path Vermont hiking destination offers gently sloping terrain, plentiful opportunities for viewing wildlife, and great views of the Green Mountains.

From the South: Take Exit 17 off of Interstate 89 onto Route 2 west toward the Islands for about 7 miles. Take the first left in South Hero onto Landon Road. After about .8 miles, take your first left onto East Shore Road, follow the road down a small hill, and park in the gravel pull-off on your left.

From the North: Take Route 2 east. In South Hero, take a right on South Street. Take your first left on Landon Road and then take your first right onto East Shore Road. Follow the road down a small hill and park in the gravel pull-off on your left.
From Round Pond Natural Area webpage